Get used to it. The way we need to think about the state of affairs for remote sellers of tangible and software products for a variety of taxes needs to change in the wake of the US Supreme Court’s June 2018 decision in Wayfair v. South Dakota. The 5-4 decision overturned a 1992 USSC decision (Quill) related to sales tax. While the Supreme Court remanded the Wayfair case to the South Dakota courts for re-evaluation, most experts expect that the state will ultimately prevail against all challenges. As such, moving forward, it will no longer be required for a company to have physical presence in a state for that state to impose a collection responsibility regarding sales delivered into their jurisdiction.